Plans to beam 5G signals to the public via drones that stay airborne for nine days at a time have been announced by two UK firms.
They want to use antenna-equipped aircraft powered by hydrogen to deliver high-speed connectivity to wide areas.
Stratospheric Platforms and Cambridge Consultants say they could cover the whole of the UK with about 60 drones.
But telecoms analysts question whether the economic case for this scheme is quite as simple as it sounds.
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